Without doubt I am certain none of this will make any sense unless you have read Part 1 which you can find here:
And even then don’t be concerned if you are wondering why you are left in a state of utter bewilderment !!
I’m sure there was a serous point to this Blog but I’ve forgotten what it was - must be all the Pimms and Gin laced with FEVR that’s done it.
You won’t believe how hard it has been to write Part 2; when I did Part 1I must have been in a right daft/silly mood which helped with my flow but on Part 2 I really had to work hard to make it even remotely as readable as Part 1 !! My top bit of advice is never start a blog !!
I don’t look at any of my Stocks/Trades as a One-off Buy and then a One-off Sell - to me a Stock I hold is more an ongoing continuum of ‘Events’ and during this time the Stock is still in the Race and I can add to my Position or reduce it or whatever and 95% of the time it is me who decides when the Race ends (the 5% which I don’t control is a rough guess to cover times when a Stock gets a Takeover or the thankfully rare circumstances where the Stock goes Bust or very near it and I am a forced Seller.) And of course while the Horse is running there is a good chance it will keep providing a sizeable and growing pile of manure for your Roses.
Opportunity is always around on a given Stock - of course it depends what stage it is at in a race and it is always good to be thinking about how much ‘Fodder’ you have given your Horse and if you should be giving it more or perhaps it is running away with a massive lead and you’re thinking it is a good idea to slow it down a little by lowering its calorie intake and ‘starving’ it a bit. This is all part of the monitoring we need to do and all the time we should be considering how the race is going and what tactical decisions we might make to help our Horse be a big winner.
My shenanigans with UTW, AA. and now I can add TCM to the list got me thinking about the totally off the wall ideas behind these Blogs (hey, after all that drama I needed to go tripping a bit to take my mind off it !!) and in line with this theme I think I can classify UTW as a young Stallion with 4 broken legs; AA. is a tired old Warhorse that is soon to be put out to grass (although it knows how to fight); and TCM is almost entirely comedic like a Pantomime Horse !!
PS. No Animals were harmed in the making of this Blog (although perhaps they were defamed a tad).
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